Aug 20, 2012

Food I ate in Thailand

So this is a few of the things I ate while I was in Thailand or one of the last thing I actually ate before departing from Suvannaphumi Airport in Bangkok but the club sandwich is missing tho. I really love Japanese Ramen noodle soup and frozen yogurt. So I'm kind of sad, that you can't get Ramen here in Denmark since I really feel like eating it now, when I'm in Bangkok I tend to seek to my favorite area to eat japanese specialities which is at Thonglo Soi 10 :) After making this post I feel like eating frozen yogurt but again I have to disappoint myself, because we are simply unable to buy frozen here in Denmark as well butttt I just made some 5 minutes ago! yay It's super easy and I'm so excited to see the results, I'll keep you updated! The picture on the right is a Thai coconut dessert which is delightful! You can find it everywhere in Bangkok and it's one of those things you really can't miss if you want to know more about the tradition :) I really enjoy eating everything shown in the photo so I thought I would share with you guys. I love having a simple american breakfast near the beach when I'm in thailand so even though it's nothing special I have great memories with this easy breakfast that I love eating near a beach. 

What do you like to eat on vacations?

17 comments:

  1. I'm so happy to find your blog! I'm off to Thailand in 4 days! So I'm more than excited and super happy that I can ready all the beautiful notes from your trip here on your blog! Yahoooo! I'm off to read more posts of yours;)

    Xx

    Alexandra

    PS. all the food looks absolutely yammy:)

    www.fashion-bridge.blogspot.com

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    1. oh really, that's so cool i wish i could go!!!! I'm glad you found it helpful, makes me so excited to hear that people share the same interest as me and might go to the same places as me! I will definitely keep posting have so much about thailand i haven't got the time to post :D

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  2. If you really like Japanese food, you should've visited Japan, no? hahaha A sight of egg in any form (sunnyside in this case) is always intriguing for me <3

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    1. hahaha yeah that's true but you can still get japanese food in thailand. I really wanna go to japan as well I will definitely make time for it someday :)

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  3. Great!!
    We love it ;)

    Btw, there's a new post on our blog, come check it out and let us know what you think ;)

    Afaf & Marwa

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  4. Such a great post
    I love learning about new cultures and food
    It sounds like you had some real tasty treats!

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    1. Im glad to hear that! makes me so happy to hear that people enjoy doing the same things as me :D

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  5. Food and eating is such a big part of traveling! I love trying new things :) And I would go to Thailand just for the food!

    Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. it definitely is! thai food is amazing!

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  6. great post!

    Just found your blog.
    Really love it ☺
    Following your blog now,mind to follow back my blog? ☺

    ♥,
    Claireteressa.blogspot.com

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  7. I love Thai food, it's so fragrant!
    Would love you to check out my latest outfit post :)
    Have a fab Sunday Hun xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  8. Lovely blog!! Would you like to follow each other on gfc and bloglovin?
    Stephilà Creations-Myfashionblog

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  9. the food is one of my favourite parts about travelling! all the interesting, weird and wonderful things that you've never seen before!

    nice blog - you photography is lovely.

    xx

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    1. yesss mine too! i love exploring new foods

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